Sunday, February 2, 2014

Review Copy Cleanup 4.0 Sign-Up Post

What is the Review Copy Cleanup?
RCC is a month-long event hosted by Celine @ Nyx Book Reviews and Vicky @ Books, Biscuits, and Tea and is a challenge to read as many review books as possible can. They invented the Review Copy Cleanup so that they wouldn't drown in the pile or review requests, Netgalley, etc books. T
 
Review Copy Cleanup 4.0
Grab code for the button:

Guidelines
  • The Review Copy Cleanup 4.0 runs from 1 to 28 February
  • It starts and ends at midnight according to your local timezone to avoid confusion
  • To sign up, just fill in the here. Link to your sign up post directly, please! The linky is the same on both of their blogs, so you only have to sign up once. The linky will close on the 15th, so make you sign up before then
  • When you post your sign up post on your blog, either include the challenge button with your post or link it back to this article so that people know where to sign up. Thanks! (:
  • Every book you received for review counts towards the challenge, both e-books and hard copies (even audiobooks for review, if you have those), including all genres and lengths
  • Feel free to use the #RCCleanup hashtag on Twitter for your RCC related tweets or join in the Twitter party at http://tweetchat.com/room/RCCleanup and meet lots of awesome bloggers (:
  • At the end of every week we will post our personal updates, and we’ll include a linky for you to add yours!
My Reading Goals: 15 books (I listed 20 because anyone reading this blog for a week will know that I can't be restrained to what I say I will read)
February& March Blog Tour Books:
EKHO: Marie. D. Jones
Reaper's Rhythm: Clare Davidson
A Touch of Honor: J.P. Grider
Peaceful Genocide: J.A. Reynolds
Journey to Landaran: Judy Goodwin
A Chance of Love: Karolyn James
Always and Forever: S.P. Cervantes
The Prophecy: S.P. Cervantes



Library Books:

Steelheart: Brandon Sanderson
Splintered: A.G. Howard
Leviathan: Scott Westerfeld
The Lord of Opium: Nancy Farmer

 Books I Own/Review Requests:
Otter St. Onge and the Bootleggers: Alec Hastings
These Broken Stars: Meagen Spooner & Amie Kaufman
Icons: Margaret Stohl
Hollow Earth: John & Carrol Barrowman
Ghost Hand: Ripley Patton
You Are Mine:Janeal Falor
Book Theif: Markus Zusak
Anne of Green Gables: L.M. Montgomery


My Review Goals (Written, not necessarily posted):
Blog Tours:
EKHO: Marie. D. Jones
Reaper's Rhythm: Clare Davidson
A Touch of Honor: J.P. Grider
Peaceful Genocide: J.A. Reynolds
Journey to Landaran: Judy Goodwin
A Chance of Love: Karolyn James
Always and Forever: S.P. Cervantes
The Prophecy: S.P. Cervantes
Review Requests:
Otter St. Onge and the Bootleggers: Alec Hastings
Ghost Hand: Ripley Patton
You Are Mine:Janeal Falor
Edna in the Desert: Maddy Lederman
Other:
Steelheart: Brandon Sanderson
Splintered: A.G. Howard
Leviathan: Scott Westerfeld
The Lord of Opium: Nancy Farmer
Book Thief: Markus Zusak
Anne of Green Gables: L.M. Montgomery
These Broken Stars: Meagen Spooner & Amie Kaufman
Icons: Margaret Stohl
Hollow Earth: John & Carrol Barrowman



  • eview counts towards the challenge, both e-books and hard copies (even audiobooks for review, if you have those), including all genres and lengths
  • Feel free to use the #RCCleanup hashtag on Twitter for your RCC related tweets or join in the Twitter party at http://tweetchat.com/room/RCCleanup and meet lots of aweso
  • - See more at: http://www.booksbiscuitsandtea.co.uk/posts/review-copy-cleanup-4-0-sign-up/#sthash.uHggCa72.dpufgfff
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    What is the Review Copy Cleanup?
    RCC is a month-long event in which Celine from Nyx Book Reviews and myself challenge ourselves to read as many review books as we possibly can. We are both notorious for accepting way too many requests, and consequently our to-be-read piles are pretty daunting. For some extra motivation to read, we invented the Review Copy Cleanup. This year we are keeping things simple – no challenges and just one scheduled chat, and weekly updates so we can all keep track of each other’s progress. You’re welcome to keep track of the challenge in the way that’s most convenient for you.

    Grab our button
    Show off our improved awesome Review Copy Cleanup button on your blog so everyone can see you’re participating!
    Review Copy Cleanup 4.0
    Grab code for the button:


    Guidelines
    • The Review Copy Cleanup 4.0 runs from 1 to 28 February
    • It starts and ends at midnight according to your local timezone to avoid confusion
    • To sign up, just fill in the linky below. Link to your sign up post directly, please! The linky is the same on both of our blogs, so you only have to sign up once
    • The linky will close on the 15th, so make you sign up before then
    • When you post your sign up post on your blog, either include the challenge button with your post or link it back to this article so that people know where to sign up. Thanks! (:
    • Every book you received for review counts towards the challenge, both e-books and hard copies (even audiobooks for review, if you have those), including all genres and lengths
    • Feel free to use the #RCCleanup hashtag on Twitter for your RCC related tweets or join in the Twitter party at http://tweetchat.com/room/RCCleanup and meet lots of awesome bloggers (:
    • At the end of every week we will post our personal updates, and we’ll include a linky for you to add yours!
    - See more at: http://www.booksbiscuitsandtea.co.uk/posts/review-copy-cleanup-4-0-sign-up/#sthash.uHggCa72.dpuf
    What is the Review Copy Cleanup?
    RCC is a month-long event in which Celine from Nyx Book Reviews and myself challenge ourselves to read as many review books as we possibly can. We are both notorious for accepting way too many requests, and consequently our to-be-read piles are pretty daunting. For some extra motivation to read, we invented the Review Copy Cleanup. This year we are keeping things simple – no challenges and just one scheduled chat, and weekly updates so we can all keep track of each other’s progress. You’re welcome to keep track of the challenge in the way that’s most convenient for you.

    Grab our button
    Show off our improved awesome Review Copy Cleanup button on your blog so everyone can see you’re participating!
    Review Copy Cleanup 4.0
    Grab code for the button:


    Guidelines
    • The Review Copy Cleanup 4.0 runs from 1 to 28 February
    • It starts and ends at midnight according to your local timezone to avoid confusion
    • To sign up, just fill in the linky below. Link to your sign up post directly, please! The linky is the same on both of our blogs, so you only have to sign up once
    • The linky will close on the 15th, so make you sign up before then
    • When you post your sign up post on your blog, either include the challenge button with your post or link it back to this article so that people know where to sign up. Thanks! (:
    • Every book you received for review counts towards the challenge, both e-books and hard copies (even audiobooks for review, if you have those), including all genres and lengths
    • Feel free to use the #RCCleanup hashtag on Twitter for your RCC related tweets or join in the Twitter party at http://tweetchat.com/room/RCCleanup and meet lots of awesome bloggers (:
    • At the end of every week we will post our personal updates, and we’ll include a linky for you to add yours!
    - See more at: http://www.booksbiscuitsandtea.co.uk/posts/review-copy-cleanup-4-0-sign-up/#sthash.uHggCa72.dpuf
    What is the Review Copy Cleanup?
    RCC is a month-long event in which Celine from Nyx Book Reviews and myself challenge ourselves to read as many review books as we possibly can. We are both notorious for accepting way too many requests, and consequently our to-be-read piles are pretty daunting. For some extra motivation to read, we invented the Review Copy Cleanup. This year we are keeping things simple – no challenges and just one scheduled chat, and weekly updates so we can all keep track of each other’s progress. You’re welcome to keep track of the challenge in the way that’s most convenient for you.

    Grab our button
    Show off our improved awesome Review Copy Cleanup button on your blog so everyone can see you’re participating!
    Review Copy Cleanup 4.0
    Grab code for the button:


    Guidelines
    • The Review Copy Cleanup 4.0 runs from 1 to 28 February
    • It starts and ends at midnight according to your local timezone to avoid confusion
    • To sign up, just fill in the linky below. Link to your sign up post directly, please! The linky is the same on both of our blogs, so you only have to sign up once
    • The linky will close on the 15th, so make you sign up before then
    • When you post your sign up post on your blog, either include the challenge button with your post or link it back to this article so that people know where to sign up. Thanks! (:
    • Every book you received for review counts towards the challenge, both e-books and hard copies (even audiobooks for review, if you have those), including all genres and lengths
    • Feel free to use the #RCCleanup hashtag on Twitter for your RCC related tweets or join in the Twitter party at http://tweetchat.com/room/RCCleanup and meet lots of awesome bloggers (:
    • At the end of every week we will post our personal updates, and we’ll include a linky for you to add yours!
    - See more at: http://www.booksbiscuitsandtea.co.uk/posts/review-copy-cleanup-4-0-sign-up/#sthash.uHggCa72.dpuf
    What is the Review Copy Cleanup?
    RCC is a month-long event in which Celine from Nyx Book Reviews and myself challenge ourselves to read as many review books as we possibly can. We are both notorious for accepting way too many requests, and consequently our to-be-read piles are pretty daunting. For some extra motivation to read, we invented the Review Copy Cleanup. This year we are keeping things simple – no challenges and just one scheduled chat, and weekly updates so we can all keep track of each other’s progress. You’re welcome to keep track of the challenge in the way that’s most convenient for you.

    Grab our button
    Show off our improved awesome Review Copy Cleanup button on your blog so everyone can see you’re participating!
    Review Copy Cleanup 4.0
    Grab code for the button:


    Guidelines
    • The Review Copy Cleanup 4.0 runs from 1 to 28 February
    • It starts and ends at midnight according to your local timezone to avoid confusion
    • To sign up, just fill in the linky below. Link to your sign up post directly, please! The linky is the same on both of our blogs, so you only have to sign up once
    • The linky will close on the 15th, so make you sign up before then
    • When you post your sign up post on your blog, either include the challenge button with your post or link it back to this article so that people know where to sign up. Thanks! (:
    • Every book you received for review counts towards the challenge, both e-books and hard copies (even audiobooks for review, if you have those), including all genres and lengths
    • Feel free to use the #RCCleanup hashtag on Twitter for your RCC related tweets or join in the Twitter party at http://tweetchat.com/room/RCCleanup and meet lots of awesome bloggers (:
    • At the end of every week we will post our personal updates, and we’ll include a linky for you to add yours!
    - See more at: http://www.booksbiscuitsandtea.co.uk/posts/review-copy-cleanup-4-0-sign-up/#sthash.uHggCa72.dpuf
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